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ABOUT THIS INTERVIEW
According to BBC reports, following the ceremony at the Marylebone Registry Office, Paul and Linda made their way through the crowd and were driven away to a local parish church where the marriage was blessed.
The following filmed interview took place after their wedding breakfast the next morning on March 13th. Following two days of work for Paul, the couple honeymooned and visited Linda's family in America.
Q: "Congratulations. How did you enjoy your wedding breakfast?"
PAUL: "Fine, thank you. Lovely, yes."
Q: "The wedding was delayed an hour. What happened then?"
PAUL: "Mike. Brother Mike was on British Railways again. So he got held up. And he was best man, so we waited for him."
PAUL: "About a week ago."
Q: "What prompted it?"
PAUL: "Just, you know, we decided to do it instead of thinking about it."
Q: "Linda, how do you feel about it? You're obviously terribly happy. How are you feeling this morning?"
LINDA: "Very happy. (pause, then jokingly) Unquote."
Q: "Linda, you've been described as a New York socialite. Does this mean you'll be spending much of your time in New York?"
Q: "Where would you be living?"
LINDA: "In London."
Q: "In London. Paul, what about you, how do you feel to be the father of a six year old?"
PAUL: (jokingly, playfully making faces with Linda's daughter, Heather) "It's terrible. It's terrible. I hate it, I hate it. It's going to be a terrible burden. You're on the telly, you're on the telly. Come here."
Q: "Are you going on honeymoon anywhere?"
PAUL: "We may get away in a couple of days but I've got some work and stuff still to do."
Q: "So that gets you away from your honeymoon?"
PAUL: "It does, yeah."
Q: "Where were you going to go to when you..."
PAUL: "I don't know. Haven't thought of anything yet."
Q: "What are you going to do for the rest of the day? You're going to have a celebration later perhaps?"
PAUL: "Yeah, I'll take a bit of a rest first. It's been a bit hectic."
Q: "Many of the fans, the girls that were waiting outside the house and outside the hotel today, seem to be more than upset about this. What do you feel?"
PAUL: "I don't know what I feel about that, you know. What do you say to that?"
That the rain washed away
Has left a pool of tears
Crying for the day
Why leave me standing here
Let me know the way
Many times I've been alone
And many times I've cried
Any way you'll never know
The many ways I've tried...
But still they lead me back
To the long winding road
You left me standing here
A long long time ago
Don't leave me waiting here
Lead me to your door...»